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"And Luke? You are the worst soldier I have ever met. Hero of Yavin or not, you will obey orders or I will court-martial you back to moisture farming."
―Leia Organa, to Luke Skywalker[1]

A court-martial was a military court consisting of high-ranking officers appointed to try personnel charged with infractions of military law.[2] When they disobeyed the orders of Jedi General Pong Krell during the Battle of Umbara, the clone troopers Fives and Jesse nearly faced a court-martial.[3] During the mission to Ktath'atn, rebel Princess Leia Organa threatened to court-martial fellow rebel Luke Skywalker back to moisture farming if he did not obey her orders.[1] After Dec Hansen and Mattis Banz broke into General Leia Organa's quarters at the Resistance base on D'Qar, Banz wondered why Admiral Gial Ackbar had not court-martialled them, leading him to believe that procedure was not practiced by the Resistance.[4] It was known among Imperial officers that Darth Vader often simply did not bother with a court-martial when it came to discipline.[5]


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